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developments in the murder of tom clements, the chief of colorado prisons. two persons of interest with white power connections armed, dangerous, are on the loose right now and place want your help in finding them. >>> also tonight, my exclusive interview only on "360" with tom clements' wife lisa and his children. they don't want you to remember the killer of their beloved husband and father. they want you to know about the man they lost, the man they love. we'll talk about his life and how they say they're not letting what could be a bottomless pit of anger swallow them up. >>> later tonight, the death of film critic roger ebert. we look at a creative, courageous life that deserves two thumbs up and talk to his long time movie reviewing partner. >>> the words of one u.s. official, the situation does not need to get any hotter. the problem is there's a dictator with a blow torch trying to make it hotter by the hour. north korean dictator kim jong-un moving as many as two mobile missile launchers and fuel tanks to the country's east coast, closer to potential targets in south korea and japan.
in the murder of colorado prison chief tom clements. authorities seeking two persons of interest right now who are said to be on the loose, considered armed and dangerous. police want your help in finding them. >>> also tonight, a very powerful, emotional interview with tom clements' wife and daughters. it's a "360" exclusive. i talk with lisa clements about her husband, the life he lived and the clerical error that likely led to her husband's alleged shooter going free and being able to target tom clements. her answer to that, just one of many surprises. >> i could become enraged. i could, for the rest of my days, i could be angry that someone made a mistake and didn't capture what a judge conveyed or believed but it won't bring tom back. >>> in a moment, you will hear from lisa clements and her two more than two years ago, the people of bp made a commitment to the gulf. and every day since, we've worked hard to keep it. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy. we've shared what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. bp's also committed to america. we supp
developments in the murder of tom clements. colorado's prison chief. two persons of interest with white power connections armed, dangerous and on the loose. >> we'll talk about what they're saying could be a bottomless pit of anger. >>> the death of roger ebert. >> we begin, though, tonight, with the situation on the words of one u.s. official does not need to get any hotter. the problem is there's a dictator with a blow torch trying to make it hotter by the hour. moving as many as two mobile missile launchers and fuel tanks to the country's east coast. targets in south korea and japan. now, that is according to a u.s. official who says classified imaging and intercepted communications confirm it. intelligence also suggesting that pyongyang could be preparing to test a missile, maybe a flyover of japan. that move would certainly test a lot of nerves. which is why tonight even as they prepare militarily for the worst, a pentagon official tells cnn quote, we're trying to turn down the volume. in a moment we take a look at north korea's true capacity for destruction and talk with christiane aman
clements, the colorado prisons chief who was shot and killed after answering the doorbell at his home. two days later, a white supremacist suspect in the case was killed in a shootout with texas deputies. the texas department of public safety had warned texas prosecutors in december the aryan brotherhood may have been plotting retaliation against law enforcement officials over a major indictment of dozens of members. the u.s. is continuing military drills and south korea amidst heightened tensions with north korean regime. on sunday, the u.s. air force deployed fighter jets to its main base in south korea, two days after north korea put its rocket units on standby for potential attack on u.s. bases. north korea also said it is entering a "state of war" was south korea, but few expected to conduct any aggressive action beyond verbal threats. at least one afghan child and a number of others were killed in -- other people were killed in afghanistan on saturday when a u.s.-led nato helicopter opened fire in an eastern province. the a dignities of the other victims remain under dispute, with co
enforcement official, tom clements. the suspect in his killing was known to have a white supremacist prison gang affiliation of his own. and that suspect was driving through texas after the tom clements murder when he was killed in a shootout with police. so we've got three murders, we've got questions in all cases about white supremacist prison gangs. we still do not have any reason to know if the tom clements murder is connected to the kaufman county prosecutor's murders. authorities in colorado are looking for these two guys. they're looking for these two other men in connection to the murder of the colorado prison's chief, tom clements. investigators have not said what role these two men might have played in the killing, if any, or why they are being sought. but believe these two men had contact with the suspect in the tom clements case before he was killed in texas. they say also those two guys are associated with the same racist prison gang, the 211s. in less than three months, three law enforcimment officials gunned down, two from the same small texas county. nobody knows if these th
who is believed to have murdered colorado prison chief tom clements. that's tom clements there. could he have been stopped from committing that and other crimes. and what role did sloppy administrative work play? >>> and you remember mark sanford who quit has job after admitting to a career. last night won the gop house seat. and introduced the world to the one-time mystery woman who is now his fiancee. we'll tell you who she is and show the video coming up. i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it is! i worked a patrol unit for 17 years in the city of baltimore. when i first started experiencing the pain, it's hard to describe because you have a numbness but yet you have the pain like thousands of needles sticking in your foot. it was progressively getting worse, and at that point, i knew i had to do something. when i went back to my health care professional, that's when she suggested the lyrica. once i started taking the lyrica, the pain started subsiding. [ ma
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on charges of providing a gun to the man of killing tom clements. officials said stevie marie vigil bought the gun legally and then gave it to ebel. he could not guy buy a gun of his own. she appeared in court yesterday and faces 16 years in prison if convicted. a spokesperson says investigators are not certain yet if she knew about ebel's plans to kill tom clements. >> pope francis is 16 days into his papacy and already he's making headlines for his unusual inclusion in yesterday's holy thursday rite. the washing of the feet carried out by pope francis sparked debate when the new leader became the first pope ever to wash and kiss the feet of a woman. a surprising departure from strict church rules limiting the holy thursday ritual to men only. some welcomed the act as a sign of inclusiveness on the church. there were reenactments of the crucifixion. the extreme ritual is opposed by the nation's religious leaders. >>> this morning news that credit card fraud can strike anyone because the victim is supreme court chief justice john roberts. someone got a hold of one of the justice's credit c
corrections chief tom clements. court officials say that evan spencer ebel who allegedly shot clements at his home in colorado last month was mistakenly released from prison four years early due to a paperwork error. ebel was later killed in a shootout by texas authorities. police are looking into the possibility of a link between the colorado and texas slayings. >>> there's some good news for louisville kevin ware, the sophomore guard is already up on crutches after his tragic accident during sunday night's ncaa game versus duke. louisville coach rick pitino brought ware the game trophy when he visited monday morning where his mother said she's proud how brave her son has been throughout this ordeal. >> he's very positive. he's not so much focusing in on what happened but he's focusing on recovery. >> ware will have no medical bills related to the injury, and he'll join his teammates in atlanta saturday when they face wichita state in the final four. >>> bill karins joins us right now. that is amazing how fast that happened. the steel rod in and now he's up. >> they say he may be in atlanta
last week. he's suspected of killing colorado prison chief tom clements and a denver area pizza delivery man. meanwhile, threats and safety concerns have caused a federal prosecutor in houston to step down from a case involving another white supremacist gang. the move will not stop the case from moving forward. >>> president obama was in colorado yesterday drumming up support for gun control legislation that's been stalled on capitol hill. speaking before a police academy in denver, the president praised colorado's newly passed gun laws, he also appealed to the state's gun owners by spelling out what this plan does and does not include. >> if there's any folks who are out there right now who are gun owners and you've been hearing somehow somebody is taking away your guns, get the facts. we're not proposing a gun registration system. we're proposing background checks for criminals. >> the president also met with local law enforcement officials and community leaders to discuss the state's new gun control laws. >> all right, before we get to our big national weather. check out the
dooly may have something to do with the death of thomas clements. clements cracked down on their prison gang, 211 crew. police are trying to determine if ebel acted alone. and tom clements family struggles to make sense of his murder. jim spellman with their exclusive interview with cnn. >> with the courage and strength most of us could only hope for, lisa clements, widow of slain colorado prisons chief, tom clements, with daughters rachel and sarah, sat down with cnn's anderson cooper. >> what do you want people to know about your husband? >> there is so much being said about who he was, and his career, and what he did in corrections, and certainly he had a significant impact, and he was a leader in his field. but for me, much more significant is -- is the integrity of the person that i know and love, and that he -- he really truly cared about other people. >> something she saw in tom from an early age. >> he met you when you were 19? >> yes. >> at school? >> yes. >> what was about it that drew you to him? >> so -- he is fun, he's kind and passionate about life. so at a very early age,
. to litigator mr. paul clement argued that the defense of marriage act was not morality based when it was signed in 1996 but until fact merely an effort to unify federal standards to recognizing marriage licenses. just trying to avoid confusion, you know, in the same way that we don't have any way have interstate driving and hunting lie soarnses lawyers lie soarnses heterosexual marriage licenses which different states have different laws form of i'll just let justice elena kagan -- i'll let her handle it. >> do we really think that congress was doing this for uniformity reasons? or do we think that congress's judgment was infested by the fear, by animus and so forth? >> jon: fascinating. mr. clement? >> the other point i would make but i want to get around to the animus point. but the other point i would make is when you look at congress doing something that is unusual, they deviated from it in the past. >> jon: i'm going to cut you off right there my friend. beautiful since you are only going to get around to the animus point eventually -- [laughter] -- perhaps we could go back to 1996 with so
clements, last month, shot him dead. when the victim answered his front door. they also linked the gunman to the killing of a pizza delivery man back home in colorado. police caught up with the suspect in texas, and engaged in a shotout. he later died of his injuries. but the suspected killer of at least two people was a free map because of what a court calls a clerical air you're. alicia, what wind of care cal error releases someone four years earl. >> it was one word that would have kept in some african and that word is consecutive. the 11th judicial court released a statement explaining that in 2008 while ebel was doing time for robbery he was convicted for assaulting a prison guard. he entered into written plea agreement to add four more years to his prison term. but two months later at the sentencing hearing the judge neglected to use the word consecutive when announcing that four-year sentence. so never made it into the paperwork for the prison. by law the prison couldn't change it so ebel was released the same date he would have been if the assault never took place. the court says
. assistant da mark hasse was killed while walking from his car to a dallas area courthouse. tom clements was killed at home as was the kaufman county district attorney and his wife cynthia. >> you know that there's always the potential for these bad people to do something bad to you because they've already done something bad to somebody else. >> reporter: mick clelland's warning he would fight, particularly chilling. >> we'll still make the walk. and we'll still show up and we'll still send bad guys out of kaufman county every chance we get. we're not stopping. we're not slowing down. we're still doing our job. >> you don't challenge individuals who are out there motivated by some sort of revenge that law enforcement officers are, you know, the enemy to be killed. >> reporter: the reason or reasons for each of the killings remains unclear. in texas, members of a white supremacist prison gang are being questioned for a possible link. in the colorado case, a former convict who may have belonged to that gang was fatally wounded by police in texas. while in west virginia, a deranged man is c
shootout. bull let casings reportedly found near the body of victim clements. this morning sheriffs report they busted this guy who shay say was in constant contact we ebel in the days just before the murder of the prison0s chief. investigators say ebel was in the very same gang as the month busted today, and they're still searching for another guy, person of interest, who is believed to be armed and dangerous. we're live in denver with more. any word on how the search is going? >> they're still searching right now about officials say that james lohr was found a few miles from the home of tom clements, and the reports are he off off on foot after the police tried to pull him over for traffic stop. he is not a suspect in this case at this point but is a known associate of the prison white supremacist gang, the 211 crew. and ghoully is armed and dangerous. both men are considered persons of interest in the murder of colorado prison director tom clements who was killed at his home march 19th. and a father of three, leon, working at extra john. was killed two days before clements. and lohr and
of colorado prison chief tom clements, speaking exclusively to cnn this morning. she calls the night of his murder, unmentionable darkness. clements was gunned down in their home last night -- or last month rare now with a manhunt under way for his killer or killers, jim spellman has that for us. >> with the courage and strength most of us could only hope for, lisa clements, widow of slain colorado prison's chief tom clements, along with daughters rachel and sara, sat down with cnn's anderson cooper. >> what do you want people to know about your husband? >> that there's so much being said about who he was, and his career, and what he did in corrections. and certainly he had a significant impact, and he was a leader in his field. but for me, much more significant, is the integrity of the person that i know and love. and that he really, truly cared about other people. >> something she saw in tom from an early age. >> you met when you were 19? >> yes. >> at school. >> yes. >> what was it about him that drew you to him? >> he is fun. he's kind. and passionate about life. and so at a very early
system tom clement was gunned down at his front door with his wife-- that was actually in texas, this guy was not killed with his wife. the gunman was a suspected member of the same group, they call themselves 211 crew. now, this is clements' suspected killer, evan ebel, and he was in a shootout with police in march. and they want to find the two other men considered armed and dangerous. the fbi is investigating possible links between clements' murder and the killing i just mentioned of the texas d.a., michael mclelland and his wife cynthia on saturday. they're looking into it. and the assistant d.a., mark hasse, was killed back in january so they clearly think that the murders of the three people you see on screen here were related and the question is whether these can be tied to what happened to the colorado prison director. more on that as we get it. we're hearing new warnings today from critics of president obama's, as he rolls out the next phase of the health care law. the administration is setting rules to hire potentially tens of thousands of what are called navigators. these are t
clements was shot and killed in his home after answering his front door. now his wife and daughters are talking about their husband and father: his life -- how they're moving forward - and how they want to remember him. tom clements' family spoke to anderson cooper in their first interview since the shooting. his wife lisa talked about how much her husband loved his job. >> "he really truly cared about other people, and so his career was successful i think because his passion was about believing in other people and believing that people could be redeemed, and their life could be changed." >> catherine: the man authorities linked to clements' shooting, was killed in a gun fight with police-two days after the prison chief's death. this week court officials admitted that an error caused clements' killer to be released early on parole. clement's widow says she's made a choice not to focus on that. >> "for the rest of my days, i could be angry that someone made a mistake and didn't capture what a judge conveyed verbally but it won't bring tom back and then my life is lost in that and my
's happening! >> these guys are great. >>> anyway, next, nancy pelosi thinks it's paul clement having a rough go of it who defended doma, defense of marriage act, on behalf of the house republicans. >> what was really interesting to me was to hear clement, the spokesperson for doma, what a -- what a stale role to play in life, but nonetheless. >> i think clement, making the case for doma, is going to get out of this thing good no matter what he's on the right side or the wrong. >>> finally, no matter which side of the debate you're on, some arguments don't hold water like this one from a speaker at the national organization of marriage. it was at that event. >> when a man and a woman are in the house, poverty is lessened. when a man and a woman are in the house, kids don't go to prison. when a man and a woman are in the house, there's less domestic violence. when a man and a woman are in the house, sexual abuse does not happen. >> i think he's overselling his case just a bit. none of that bad stuff ever happens in a straight marriage? yeah, right. >>> anyway, up next, can the democrats take d
that had been seen near prison chief tom clements's home in colorado the night of the murder. when the sheriff's deputy tried to pull him over for apparently running a red light, the driver of the car pulled out a gun and shot the deputy three times and took off. there was a 100 miles an hour car chase in texas and ended in a crash and shootout with police. the driver of the car was shot and killed by police that day. we subsequently learned the shooter was this man, a parolee who had been in and out of colorado prisons a decade and released most recently from a stint that involved significant time in solitary confinement this past january. there were also bomb making materials in the suspect's vehicle. obviously texas authorities are very interested where this young man was going next with the bomb making terms. authorities are also reporting the ballistics test they did on the governor recovered in texas showed the gun used in the shootout with texas police was the same gun used to kill colorado prisons chief tom clements. now, a second person has been arrested in conjunction wit
the front door of his home in monument, colorado. the same gun used to kill him, tom clements, was later used two days later in decatur, texas, in a shootout with police and sheriff's deputies that ended with the suspect dead. the suspect was a colorado ex-con, known to be associated with a prison white supremacist gang. there's still no motive for the tom clements killing, but they say bomb making materials were found in the suspect's car. after he allegedly shot the prison's chief in colorado, where was he heading with the bomb making materials when he was driving through texas? in any case, that shootout was march 21st. the prison's chief was killed the 19th. the shootout that killed the suspect was the 21st in decatur, texas. six weeks earlier in kaufman, texas, about 100 miles away from decatur, another utterly mysterious killing of a public official. in this case, an assistant district attorney, so a prosecutor for kaufman county. kaufman county is a small county, only about 100,000 people outside of dallas. what made the killing stand out at the time it happened is how for a lack
on to gays. he knows facts and selfish acts. chris clements thinks it is a bad idea for a -- for an nfl player to come out of the closet because it is self-center. a current player may reveal his his -- he is gay prompting clements to say who is this person coming out of the closet in the nfl? when asked to clarify he added, i am not against anyone, but i think it is a selfish act. they are trying to make themselves bigger than the team. clements also responded to charges of homo phobia saying nobody ever said anything about be a homophobic. some things should be 4re69 -- be left at home like proper grammar. the gay marriage debate rages on even here. >> business will get out of control and if it gets out of control we will be lucky to live through it. >> lucky he didn't have a shotgun. >> dut clemmons -- does clemons have a po nie t? remember jackie robinson being black. >> he has a point and has a right to be a silly person. this country just went from being pretty homophobic to being super tolerant in about 15 years? what was the time ellen came out on tv and that was supposed to be
for comment after coach rice lost his job was the family of tyler clemente. he took his own life after his roommate videotaped him with another young man. that type of thing would never have happened under bob knight. there is much less tolerance for homophobia and bullying and the damage it can cause. >> john: let me ask, and people need to go to youtube to hear how ugly the slurs were. but if young mr. clemente had not committed suicide at this university, would this be as big of a deal at rutgers? >> no, i will tell you why. it raises questions about the president. rutgers is a huge public university. it's a huge cash cow and a huge part of the section of new jersey's economy where it exists. so the fact that robert is having his job threatened, the fact that you have people in the democratic legislature saying can we eliminate part of the athletic department's budget because of their behavior, and what happened to clemente makes it such a sore spot. there is a revolt about in this taking place and it's not going to simmer down just because coach rice has had been handed his papers. >>
i have caused. that video has two new jersey congressman calling for a bill named for tyler clemente. he was the gay student that committed suicide. rush holt joins me here. it's nice to have you hear talking about the topic. i want to start with the latest about the 13 rutger's faculty member calling for the president to resign. they say in a two-page letter, not only did he not fire coach rice, but covered up the coach's actions by failing to tell faculty. do you agree the president condoned or engaged in what was taking place even through hid a.d., having known about this. >> let's not engage in trial by twitter. they should get the facts and have due process within the university. the trustees should take a good look at it. they did not take a good look last fall until public opinion made them do it. but, to get beyond what we don't know, let's talk about what we do know, which is that a university has a responsibility not the build just minds and athletic ability, but also character. >> when we look at what rutgers has gone through, we have an op-ed making the case that the admi
of tom clements and shot him in texas, police killed this man, evan ebel, after a high-speed chase. bull resident casings at that scene match those from colorado. we learned ebel got of of prison four years earlier because of a clerical error, and now investigators are looking for these two men who they say were in, quote, frequent contact with eben in the 48 hours before the prison chief's murder. alicia is live. and investigators are not calling either guy a suspect. right? >> right now they're wanted as persons of interest in the murder of tom clement, and they're also wanted in unrelated arrest warrants. take another look. this is thomas james ghoully. 31, 5'5", 160-pounds and several tattoos, police warn he is likely with frames franklin lore, 47, 6'0", 160 pounds, many tattoos. they could be anywhere but sheriffs investigators say they're focusing on nevada and texas, and they want to remind people not to approach them because they could pose a threat to anyone who approaches them. >> shepard: we have more information on ebel's threats to prison officials. right? >> that's right. b
to providing a gun to the man accused of killing colorado's prison chief, tom clements. she bought the gun illegally and gave it to evan ebel, who couldn't buy a firearm of his own. a spokesman for the el paso county sheriff's office says investigators are not yet certain if individual jill knew about ebel's plans to kill clements. >>> well, pope francis is just 16 days into his papacy, and already he's making headlines for his unusual inclusion in yesterday's holy thursday ritual. the washing of the feet carried out by pope francis sparked debate when the newly elected leader became the first pope ever to wash and kiss the feet of a woman, a surprising departure from strict church rules limiting the holy ritual move to men only. some welcome it as a sign of greater inclusion in the church. >>> a victim of identity thief, supreme court justice john roberts. someone got ahold of one of his credit cards, but he had to use cash as a suburban maryland starbucks this week, for his morning coffee, telling the barista, he canceled his car. >>> now here's your first look at this morning's dish of
. >> reporter: this latest murder comes just two weeks after the murder of colorado prisons chief tom clements at his home. his wife survived. >> tom and i were watching tv and our doorbell rang. and my life was forever changed. >> reporter: police believe clements was killed by a member of a colorado white supremacist prison gang, 211. investigators here in texas say they have no evidence of gang involvement in the murder of the mclellands. but texas district attorneys had been warned late last year that members of another white supremacist group, aryan brotherhood of texas, could seek revenge after dozens of gang members were indicted in november. >> if you knew something, and you came forward, you can't go back to what you were before. you're going to have to totally change who you are, what you do, where you live. >> reporter: that's why the reward is so high, $100,000. >> that is why. >> reporter: to calm the fears of the people of this small texas town, authorities say they will be beefing up security. and not just for high profile officials, for everyone, especially here at the courthou
clements, david ading tonight, and edith st. john and squaun, but any member of the public that would like to speak, you each have three minutes >> randy shaw, i can't tell you how happy i am and honored that i am that the tender loin after a very difficult several decades is able to attract a world class beer operator because on that site historically that block used to be the world class, from really 1907 to 1930 that was the place to be in san francisco and we have had a difficult time particularly since the 1960s, and you know it sends a message when we have something like this open up in the tender loin. i spend every day to try to attract businesses, and we read the stories in the paper, everything is booming and we can't get the office space, they are fighting for every square inch of the street and we are not doing well. we are having problems and working with the mayor's office and we are not getting business because they don't think of doing it and it is out of their wind set and they are so obsessed with the street or the successful areas that we are unable to attract and bars i
of colorado corrections chief tom clements. court officials say that evan spencer ebel who allegedly shot clements in monument colorado last month was mistakenly released from prison four years early do you to a paperwork issue. there's a possibility of a link between the colorado and texas slayings. >>> good news today. that is for louisville basketball player kevin ware. yes, the sophomore guard is already up on crutches after his tragic accident during sunday night's ncaa game versus duke. louisville coach brought ware the game trophy when he visited monday morning where his mother said, she is so proud of her brave son and he has been so very brave through all of this. >> he's very positive. he's not so much focusing on what happened but he's focusing on the recovery of it all. >> we all want him to recover. ware will join his teammates in atlanta saturday when they face wichita state in the final four. definitely not going to miss that. >> here's a first look at the dish of scrambled politics for you. monday was opening day for major league baseball. but now we know just how much tea
assassinated colorado prisons chief thomas clements on march 19th. >> show violent tendencies and should be considered armed and dangerous. this is reference an active homicide. >> reporter: while they're not officially considered suspects in the prison chief's death they are said to be in contact with ebel just days before the shooting. it came hours after eugene crum was executed in broad daylight at point-blank range as he sat in his car on lunch break. >> shots fired involving an officer. get me a medic down here. >> reporter: this morning the 37-year-old suspect, melvin maynard is in critical condition after being wounded in a gun battle. motive unknown. another small town in tears. it's with a heavy heart that we come to you, lord. >> when high-profile crimes are committed, there's a tendency for people to want to copy them. >> reporter: so today security will be tight at a service honoring that slain prosecutor and his wife. robin. so incredibly sad. all right, pierre, thank you. >> we turn to josh elliott for other top stories developing. good morning, josh. >>> good morning. we
's a manhunt underway right now for two men who may know why colorado prison chief tom clements was murdered in the doorway of his home. the authorities say that the men are members of a violent white supremacist gang and they are armed and dangerous and may have had contact with the man they believed pulled the trigger. that is how we welcome you. boy, we had a lot of those kind of stories lately back in "america's newsroom" for an hour two. i'm martha maccallum. bill: i'm bill hemmer. good morning. texas police say the men are not being called suspects at the moment but they are members of the same gang that suspected gunman evan ebel had belonged to. martha: alicia acuna joins us live from denver. what is law enforcement saying about this, alicia? >> reporter: mart that, the el paso county sheriff's department the lead investigating agency into the murder of tom clements say these are known associates of a 211 crew, a white supremacist prison gang. thomas goulee and james lore who we have no photo yet can not be found. their names surfaced during the clements investigation. according to e
. in the case of tom clements shot when he opened the door of his hope last month. police have arrested 47-year-old james lore this morning one of two men wanted in connection with the case. the other man still on the run and police warn he is armed and dangerous. alicia ac u.n. a live with details. >> reporter: they say that james lore was found a few miles from tom clement's home. we know there was a foot chase and that that came after cops tried to pull him over in a car. he is not a suspect in this case at this point, but he is a known associate of the white supremacist prison gang the 211 crew. as is thomas goulet who is considered armed and dangerous. his mother told the denver post she wants him to surrender. both men are being called persons of interest in the murder of colorado prison director tom clements killed at his home. and nathan legs, on a father of three working an extra job delivering pizzas on sunday. they say legs, on was killed two days before clements. the jon: the case has prompted the governor to call for investigations? >> reporter: yes it will be two fold. it will tak
remember this horrible story? corrections officer tom clements gunned down when he answered his front door 8:00 in his house in colorado a couple weeks ago. the court admitted that the main suspect was released from prison four years early. awful outcome as his family continues to grieve in colorado. we're starting a brand new hour of "america's newsroom." we're glad you're here with us this morning. i'm martha maccallum. bill: i'm bill hemmer. the suspect, was supposed to remain in prison until at least 2017. he however was allowed free in january. martha: alicia acuna joins us live from denver. is the court explaining today, alicia, how this happened? >> reporter: we're getting a bit of an explanation, martha. turns out in 2008, evan ebel was already serving time in prison when he was ordered to serve an additional four years for assaulting a guard. according a statement by the 11th judicial court here there was an addition that was supposed to be tacked onto the time he was already serving. but in an error by a clerk, it was actually put down in the paperwork that it was to become concu
clements is preaching forgiveness in the face of just unimaginable grief. clements was gunned down at his home. his widow and two daughters talked exclusively to cnn. jim spellman has more on that. >> with the courage and strength most of us could only hope for, lisa clements, widow of slain colorado prison's chief tom clements, along with daughters rachel and sarah, sat down with cnn's anderson cooper. >> what do you want people to know about your husband? >> that there's so much being said about who he was, and his career, and what he did in corrections. and certainly he had a significant impact, and he was a leader in his field. but for me, much more significant, is the integrity of the person that i know and love. and that he really, truly cared about other people. >> something she saw in tom from an early age. >> you met when you were 19? >> yes. >> at school. >> yes. >> what was it about him that drew you to him? >> he is fun. he's kind. and passionate about life. and so at a very early age, i was very -- it was very interesting to me. >> tom clements loved the outdoors in colorado
. two of its members are being sought for the murder of the colorado choef prison official, tom clements. they are armed and dangerous. clements was noted for cracking down on prison gangs, including 211 crew. martin savage is in denver and joins us on the phone with the very latest. and criminal attorney joey jackson joins me. marty, let he just begin with you. the very latest on this, and if officials had any clue as to where these two people may be or may be heading? >> yeah, ashley, at this particular time, authorities are saying that they have some information. we don't flow how solid, that they may be headed in the direction of nevada or texas. now, of course the fact that their names are out there, that the police have opinion alerted to them, that may change their travel plans, but that is the only information we've had. and authorities did not have any description of the vehicle. >> i can only imagine they're keeping a lot of things close to the vest as good investigators do. but at the same time what connection do they have between these two people and then the killer of the pr
considered armed and dangerous. killing of tom clements. someone shot clements when he opened the front door of his house last month. blamed it on a former white supremacist on a guy who died shootout. that guy evan ebil had ties to the two white supremacist police now are trying to track down. alicia acuna with the news live in denver. what more do we know about these two guys. >> one may have been ready to turn himself in. something changed. thomas goalie's mother tells "the denver post" she wants her son to turn herself. in she says more than a week ago he planned to surrender on a parole violation but then disappeared. he is with james lore, another member of the 2-11 prison gang. the sheriff sent out this warning. >> corrections. requesting all law enforcement agencies to be on the lookout for the following parties. both of them are associated the 2-11 shown violent should be considered armed and dangerous. >> authorities are also looking in texas and nevada. john? >> jon: alicia acuna in denver. thank you. the former inmate though that was connected to the case, the clements case he al
suspect. as you know, investigators say a gunman murdered tom clements as he answered the front door of his home. two days later. police in texas killed an ex-con named evan ebil in a shootout after a high speed chase near dallas. bullet casings found at that scene reportedly matched those found near the body of tom clements. early this morning sheriff's report they arrested man who they say was in constant contact with ebil in days before the murder of the prison's chief. if you look closely the tattoos on his eyebrows read hard luck. they busted him just a few miles from tom clements home but they are still searching for one other person of interest who is also in the same gang and is believed to be armed and dangerous. alyssa acuna live in denver with more now. still no sign of the second and very dangerous convict? not right now. they are still looking for thomas goalie tonight and his mother has told "the denver post" that she hopes he surrenders to authorities. james lore, however, sits in a jail cell right now. around 1:30 this morning law enforcement officers saw the suspecte
district, areas like the inner clements street corridor. yet vacant fronts still exist in this area. they have pop ups to use for these store fronts. that's temporary usage to encourage foot traffic and encourage people to come to targeted neighborhoods. we need to look at strategies like that. today this hearing that i'm calling would look at strategies our city has implemented for filling vacant stores around our cities and keeping our store fronts filled. in preparation for this hearing i'm also drafting an analysis and report on this issue. also, a number of us serve on the golden gate bridge board and i think some of you have seen on advertisement or heard on the radio that it's all electric tolling. it's important that people beware of this and they are ready for tomorrow's commute. drivers will no longer need to stop at the toll plaza and they are all equipped to read the fast track. 25 miles per hour is the new speed limit to drive through the fast track. there are now 4 ways to pay your toll. you can go online to look at the different ways at golden gate.org. if you are m
-profile killing of a public official, colorado prison chief tom clements. the suspect in that case who was part of a white supremacist group was later killed in a police shootout in north texas. months before in december, the texas department of public safety had issued a state wide bulletin warning of credible information that the aryan brotherhood of texas was actively planning retaliation against law enforcement officials. but so far federal authorities tell nbc's pete williams they haven't found any solid connection among the murders. the mayor of forney, the town nearest to the latest crime scene, is urging residents to stay calm. >> it appears that this was not a random event, that it was a targeted attack. >> reporter: but in this small community outside dallas, neighbors are nervous. >> it is very scary for something like that to happen so close to home. >> reporter: in a recent interview, the district attorney had told the associated press that after that murder two months ago he's carried a gun with him everywhere he went and he was extra careful when answering his door. >> gabe gutie
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